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James Marsters in the comedies Syfy should greenlight

Wednesday 23 March 2011, by Webmaster

According to rumors the Syfy channel is hell-bent on making a single camera comedy series. We’ve got a list of the three possible pilots Syfy could order up — vote for the one you’d like to see!

According to Deadline Syfy has narrowed down the list of potential comedy series. Here they are:

In the Dark

In the Dark follows a misfit group of third-tier ghost hunters whose misguided efforts tend to highlight their incompetence rather than paranormal activity. From Universal Cable Prods., In the Dark is being written by Michael Davidoff and Bill Rosenthal, who are exec producing with Dan Taberski through Idiot Box Prods.

Three Inches

Syfy is also hoping to create a 30 minute series spin-off of the 90-minute pilot titled Three Inches. Created by Fox Television Studios and Twin Peaks writer Harley Peyton and producer Bob Cooper, Three Inches is is about a main character who realizes that he can move items with his mind. But he can only move objects about "three inches." Also in this pilot: James Marsters, who plays the character Troy, a leader of a gang of superheroes (with less than spectacular powers).

Me and Lee

A twentysomething gets a botched back surgery job. "Enter Lee Majors, who entices the young man into his ultra high-tech lab and makes him bionic." We love us some Lee Majors, plus this pilot is being produced by Weeds creator Jenji Kohan. So it comes from clever minds. But would you watch it?